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Sep 25, 2022 10:42 |  #8344

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Sep 25, 2022 14:29 |  #8345

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Sep 25, 2022 16:11 |  #8346

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Sep 26, 2022 04:21 |  #8347

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Sep 26, 2022 06:26 |  #8348

Taken with the RF 100 macro L (not in list)


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Sep 26, 2022 10:52 |  #8349

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Sep 26, 2022 21:02 |  #8350

Great photos everyone! I took some photos at ISO 10,000 and beyond on the R6 and the R5 and I couldn't help but notice the R6 files looked sharper and less noisy than the R5. I even upscaled the 20mp files and found the quality to be unchanged. Has anyone abandoned an R5 purchase in lieu of an R6 due to possibly better sensor performance?

I may be wrong as well as it was just a rapid test inside the camera shop.


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Sep 26, 2022 21:37 |  #8351

Yeah it's been accepted that if you're doing lower light work heavily, you want the larger pixels. Obviously there's always a debate upon which methodology is used to compare, and what steps, etc.. Those are always fun "debates" to read as each camera owner defends their purchase.

I can say that I moved from the R5 "down" to the "R"

Why: I do landscapes. Landscapes do not move very fast like birds/wildlife.

I have noticed I do not need as much noise reduction on the R files vs R5 files - it's not a life altering difference, but it's there. I use lightroom because I'm "stuck in my ways" so that could be a contributing factor behind my thoughts on noise/low light.

The R was $1599 vs the R5 $3899 - I just didn't need the 8k video/and high FPS use... The only birds we have in Moab are ravens/crows... I think I've only heard 4-5 great horned owls in the 18 months I've lived here... and we only get ducks for a short time period in the spring..

Jan Jasinski wrote in post #19429387 (external link)
Great photos everyone! I took some photos at ISO 10,000 and beyond on the R6 and the R5 and I couldn't help but notice the R6 files looked sharper and less noisy than the R5. I even upscaled the 20mp files and found the quality to be unchanged. Has anyone abandoned an R5 purchase in lieu of an R6 due to possibly better sensor performance?

I may be wrong as well as it was just a rapid test inside the camera shop.


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Sep 26, 2022 21:40 |  #8352

Jan Jasinski wrote in post #19429387 (external link)
Great photos everyone! I took some photos at ISO 10,000 and beyond on the R6 and the R5 and I couldn't help but notice the R6 files looked sharper and less noisy than the R5. I even upscaled the 20mp files and found the quality to be unchanged. Has anyone abandoned an R5 purchase in lieu of an R6 due to possibly better sensor performance?

I may be wrong as well as it was just a rapid test inside the camera shop.

I would never shoot even close to that. there's no point.


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Sep 27, 2022 05:36 |  #8353

First one was actually taken with the RF 100mm L macro (not in list).

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Sep 27, 2022 08:30 as a reply to  @ BirdsofBC's post |  #8354

Me neither, but I must say the R6 file looked useable to me and that is a relief for any situation where it may be required.


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Sep 27, 2022 09:03 |  #8355

markesc wrote in post #19429393 (external link)
Yeah it's been accepted that if you're doing lower light work heavily, you want the larger pixels.

Circumstantially, in this case, perhaps, but there is no general principal that larger pixels are more efficient with light and noise per unit of sensor area. The Sony 20MP 1" sensors have less high-ISO noise than the R6, or even the Nikon D5, in a 1" sensor crop from those FF sensors. There is no generic weakness due to "physics" that makes smaller pixels more noisy, per unit of sensor area. With FF cameras we have not seen the least noise in high-MP sensors, but this seems to be something that only occurs with FF sensors, which seem to struggle more with noise per unit of sensor area than smaller sensors. It is only by the brute force of filling an entire, larger frame with the same exposure at the same ISO that we can get "less noise at the same ISO", but then our "same ISO" is not "the same photo", because the exposure time and/or the size of the pupil is different.




  
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